Hurricane Florence Relief Help Needed

Sarah Wolf Featured, Florence, Updates

Dear Seacoast,

The water has finally receded in Conway, SC but there is considerable damage left—and potentially more to come from Hurricane Michael. To tackle this enormous project, we are partnering with Christ in Action  through our Conway campus to help clean out homes for families in need of assistance. Christ in Action has turned their focus to this crucial service for those affected by the flooding and we anticipate an on-going relationship with this well-run ministry.

I can’t imagine the sense of helplessness and despair a person or family experiences when their home has been flooded. What I want to imagine instead is us, arriving to help, and what a blessing that will be to those families, to see the faces of people who can help them begin the process of putting the pieces back together. We are committed to doing whatever it takes to make this happen—and we need your help.

HOW TO RESPOND

Ready to help immediately? Register now for one of the following opportunities:

October 12-14
Joey Svendsen and Chris Orza
JoeySvendsen@seacoast.org

October 15-21
Chris Orza, Dennis Bradford, and Jay Nathan
Chrisorza@gmail.com

October 16-19
Sam Lesky
SamLesky@seacoast.org

October 27-28
Chris Newingham 
newingham4@gmail.com

You may go for the entire length of the trip, longer or shorter. Please contact the leader above and fill out the volunteer registration below.

Volunteer Registration

If these dates do not work for your schedule, you can serve at any time by registering at the link above. All volunteers will receive housing and meals from the church. For general questions, please email relief@seacoast.org.

We are praying for our volunteer teams and the people they are serving. We know God will deliver us through this season and bring and healing and we help those impacted.

I love being your pastor,

Josh Surratt
Lead Pastor
Seacoast Church